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College moving While in college, people tend to change homes frequently, whether it’s from home to the dorms, dorms to an apartment, an apartment to a house, or any other combination of move. One of the challenges of living and moving into dorms is that they aren’t permanent. You will probably be moving out at
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U.S. self-storage industry statistics Largest self-storage operators (publicly traded) in the U.S. (by revenue) Public Storage: $2.56 billion (2016) Extra Space Storage: $991.87 million (2016) CubeSmart: $510 million (2016) Life Storage: $462.6 million (2016) U-Haul: $247.9 million (fiscal 2016 – self-storage revenue only) Largest self-storage operators in the U.S. (by number of facilities, owned or
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This winter has brought icy cold winds and temperatures to Virginia. If your items are stored in a climate controlled unit, your valuables are being stored at a set warm temperature range. Those renting a standard unit need to avoid storing items that can be easily damaged from the cold winter weather.
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Christmas Decorations: How to Store Linens, Trees, and Wreaths BY SARAH AGUIRRE Updated 12/02/17 Westend61 / Getty Images Decorating for the holidays is often a fun and exciting activity that families look forward to every year. However, it can also be a daunting task to shop for everything and to put decorations up around the home. To save
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Black Friday is usually thought of as the greatest shopping day of the year with 24 hours nonstop discounts. But is it really the best day to shop no matter what you’re looking for? What if you could only shop on one day? Our research shows that Black Friday comes up short compared to Thanksgiving.
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April 20, 2015 5 TASKS FOR ENTREPRENEURS ON A RAINY MONDAY Some Mondays are sunny and bright. I’m filled with optimism and ready to kick the week in the butt. Caffeine is just an added bonus, not a necessity. Those kinds of Mondays are the best. But then, sometimes, there are rainy Monday mornings after
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Tips on Hiring a Moving Company You Can Trust By Stephanie Booth | Sep 13, 2017 Spencer Grant/Getty Images Starting a life in a new home? Then you’ll need to know how to choose movers—and not just any dude with a van, but someone you can trust. After all, these pros will be handling your prized possessions. Before you watch your beloved items disappear
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